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Letter to the Editor: Natalie Leach

Letter to the Editor: Natalie Leach

Natalie Leach, Guest Columnist

November 1, 2017


Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinions

In regards to the opinion article, “Helping After Hurricane Harvey,” the idea that it’s wrong to criticize government efforts in the execution of aid relief for those fallen victim to natural disasters is counterproductive and inconsistent with the methodology of our nation. It’s, in fact,...

Letter to the Editor: Grant Carter

Grant Carter, Guest Columnist

November 1, 2017


Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinions

The topic of gun control is very controversial. The way we should go about gun control is to have better background checks and greater consequences. Many people can walk into a gun store and leave 30 minutes later with a gun. This shows the simplicity of buying a gun. I have a personal experience...

No homo

Maddey Bussman

December 11, 2015


Filed under Issue 4, Letters to the Editor, Print Issues

In response to "GSA Reactions" I was deeply saddened and frustrated by the article on GSA Reactions because it clearly showed that there is still a lot of ignorance about the LGBT+ community at Marquette. Ignorance doesn't make you a bad person, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't strive to be be...

Girls are weird

Siddharth Rana

December 11, 2015


Filed under Issue 4, Letters to the Editor, Print Issues

In response to "Intimacy inspires vulnerability". Girls are weird. They fall head-over-heels talking about “vulnerability,” “emotions,” and other weird topics like the “Vulnerability inspires intimacy.” Here’s the thing: you all get these weird notions from stupid Hollywood movies that c...

Variety in college apps

Olivia Michaels

December 2, 2015


Filed under Issue 2, Letters to the Editor, Print Issues

In response to "Relax, reflex on college apps" I have to say that some people don’t really have to focus on college applications—like me. I only applied to Mizzou, so the main application was simple and took only 20 minutes. Although applying for scholarships may take more time, most students may not ...

Racial issues must be addressed

Saddoth Gonzales

December 2, 2015


Filed under Issue 3, Letters to the Editor, Print Issues

In response to  "The Racial Reality" This is a real issue that must be addressed especially in a school that claims to be “progressive”. Out of all the people that were interviewed, all of them believe that diversity is vital but there doesn’t seem to be any plans to change the racial breakd...

New dress code contradicts equality

Kurt Schueddig

October 16, 2015


Filed under Issue 2, Letters to the Editor, Print Issues

In response to last month’s article on athlete dress codes, I wholeheartedly agree that MHS has taken an enormous step backward compared to other area high schools. Even at Castlewood State Park, other local high schools such as Parkway South have been seen to maintain the male dress code that MHS...

“Stop the Stigma” and stop bullying

Danielle Gardner

October 16, 2015


Filed under Issue 2, Letters to the Editor, Print Issues

Your article titled “Stop the Stigma” made me really proud to go to a school where our newspaper is doing something about a huge issue within our school and within our country. I think that it is so important to spread awareness about suicide and mental disorders. As a person who has been affected...

Letter to the Editor: Gen Z is not “apathetic”

Alex Rapach

October 16, 2015


Filed under Issue 2, Letters to the Editor, Print Issues

In response to “Make room for Gen Z” I think that a key trait of Gen Z is that they don’t reject the desire for change shared with other generations, but seek to combat it through nontraditional means, as they have identified the constant infighting and entrenched interests of the government as...

Letter to the Editor: Study hall should allow for more freedom

Shaelyn Davis

October 16, 2015


Filed under Issue 2, Letters to the Editor, Print Issues

In regards to the article “Study Hall Changes” I agree students should be given more freedom during their STUDYING period. With the school being so strict on an hour that’s supposed to be relaxing and helpful, it just ends up leaving more stress and anxiousness. According to The U.S. Department...

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